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tv   WAVY News 10  NBC  February 2, 2016 5:00pm-5:30pm EST

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police say a 26-year-old cameron dooley shot and killed five family members before killing himself-- and today, we're learning more about the crime scenes. andy fox is live with search warrants now available at circuit court. these are the two search warrants that reveal a little more about what was happening at the dooley homes. the first search warrant for todd dooley's home on wildwood road says at 3:30pm chesapeake police contacted in regards to the welfare of a person. the search warrant states a body was seen through a window. police entered the home and found a person truned out to be landon dooley dead with a gun shot to the head. no one else was in the home. the officers then respond to doris dooley's home and find her grandson cameron in the home who is refusing to exit the home. the search warrant was obtained while negotiations were on going last wednesday night, and after cameron admitted to police that he had killed a second person, his grandmother, who was still inside the house.
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too. no other information is given on any of the other dooley age 17. in the george washington highway home they find and take as evidence 40 cal. casings, gray blanket silver chain, primer residue kit, and swabs in the wildwood road house they find and take cell phones, 40 cal. casings, a bat, medication, holster, 4 rounds, shot gun, 2 hand guns. todd was a recently retired chesapeake police officer so the guns are not unusual. we are posting these search warrants online and you can find them at wavy.com a bomb scare closed three schools today in northampton county. just a little while later - another school in accomack county also evacuated after receiving a bomb threat. 10 on your side's deanna leblanc joins us live. deanna-- no weapons were found at the schools? no, the schools were given the all clear around 2:30 this afternoon.
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the schools at 10am. part of the reason it took so long - is because there are no bomb sniffing dogs on the eastern shore - and they had to be driven up from state police in chesapeake, and from virginia beach police. driven up from state police in chesapeake, and from virginia beach police. school administrators say the students and staff evacuated moments after someone phoned in the threat and said the alleged bomb would go off 40 minutes later. because the caller didn't specify which school - students stood outside at all 3 schools until 11:45 this morning. during that time, school staff and sheriff's deputies walked the buildings to look for anything suspicious. while they did not find anything - the sheriff tells me he wanted to then bring in dogs to do a second sweep. at that point - the decision was made to send
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because those dogs and their handlers had to drive up from vsp offices in chesapeake, and also from the virginia beach police department. thankfully, the dogs confirmed that the schools were safe. and there was another eastern shore school that received a threat today. that was in accomack county, and that one was school specific. but, today was a teacher work day - so there were no students at the school. that school was swept by dogs that came down from maryland, and the teachers went back in. now both the accomack county and northampton county sheriffs departments are 10 on your side. we are learning more about the murder of a 13 year old girl from blacksburg. today prosecutors revealed nicole lovell was stabbed to death the day she vanished. lovell was reported missing wednesday. two virginia tech students have been charged in her death: 18-year-old david eisenhauer and 19-year-old natalie keepers. eisenhauer
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keepers faces charges for improper disposal of a body, and accessory after the fact. and today, we heard this from the girl's mother. 14;01;51 coli had a passion for pandas. music, dancing, dreamed of being on american idol someday. her favorite color was blue. nicole was very lovable person. she touched many people throughout her short life. 14;02;15;21 because of emotional stress, the last part of weeks statement was read for her. it said: "our hearts still ache in sadness and secret tears still flow. what it meant to lose you no one will ever know." what it meant to lose you no one will ever know."
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the man hit and killed while crossing the street in hampton. police say 39-year-old wilbert sanders died. officers say around 6:30 last night, a car hit him as he walked across west mercury boulevard. they believe he was headed towards langley square shopping center. the driver was not hurt, and police have not said anything about charges. we're on your side looking for answers about contaminated water. a major meeting of the minds is happening now in chesapeake this after test results showed high levels of a chemical found in fire extinguishing foam in the drinking water. last month we reported that test results showed drinking water at fentress showed high levels of chemical used to fight fires. the navy says the chemical is not regulated by the epa, but they decided to play it safe and give water bottles for on-base personnel. tonight, concerned residents are learning more about contaminated water. the meeting runs until seven at the butts road intermediate school. virginia beach police are investigating a sexting scandal involving high ocean lakes discovered
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the documents reveal: a 17-year-old student admitted to having an app on his i- phone, disguised as a calculator, that stored multiple nude photos of at least eight female students. he also admitted to distributing those photo--s without the young women's consent. so far , no charges have been filed. tomorrow, more than 700 workers to be laid off from newport news shipbuilding. two months ago, we told you the yard gave workers notice about the cuts. we have learned the virginia employment commission plans to come work with local unions, in hopes of getting the workers employed again. shipyard officials tell because of a decreased workload. a local seafood restaurant announced-- it's shutting its doors soon. charlie's seafood on shore drive made the announcement on their facebook page. they called it "bittersweet" news. the restaurant has been serving award- winning she crab soup-- among other seafood delicacies--- and of course memories -- for the past 70 years. they invite the public to have one last
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police in suffolk say they have a man who robbed a drug store. police say 47 year old lawrence claar went into the rite aid on north main street last month and showed a gun to the pharmacy technician. he got away with some prescription drugs. no one was hurt. claar is being held in the western tidewater regional jail without bond. coming up on wavy news 10 at 5:30- gearing up to fight the zika virus. why experts are worried-- the outbreak could be devastating to families. a school district is looking to the safety of its students after a young girl is lost in a tragic traffic accident. what type of safety equipment they are hoping will save future lives. an early morning fire sends two people to the hospital. what investigators say caused it. my full forecast is
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two people are recovering from smoke inhalation after an early morning fire in virginia beach. firefigthters say it started in a garage at a home on winterhaven drive in the castelton area. the fire didn't spread to the house, but firefighters say there is smoke damage inside the home. investigators ruled the fire accidental. firefighters tell us smoke detectors woke up the residents and allowed them to get outside. portsmouth police are trying to find who robbed a pizza delivery driver. officers say it happened road. that's off beechdale road. investigators tell us the two armed suspects took pizza and cash from the driver from chanellos pizza. the driver was not hurt. call the crime line if you know anything.
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it's groundhog day-- and chesapeake chuck doesn't agree with punxatawny phil's prediction of an early spring. meterologist jeremy wheeler will interpret our local groundhog's decision-- next. and the death of a little girl serves as an inspiration to save the lives of other
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the death of a young girl prompted one school district to step up safety rules. schools are encouraging parents to bring helmets to school if their child plans on riding his or her bike. 10 on your side's lex gray spoke to the family about what it means to them that their little girl-- is making a difference for future generations. tom and nicole, even two months later, it's easy to see the effect of bri blumenthal's death. this is the intersection where she was hit on her bike... you can see the memorial behind me. and as kids bike by after school, there's been a deputy out here, watching to make sure they have their helmets on. thanks to bri's dad and the community, no one
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one. pkg (31) 27:34 no matter what you do, when you lose a child like that, it's going to be there forever. scotty blumenthal has made a choice every day since his 12-year-old daughter bri died after a bike accident in november. scotty blumenthal/bri bri foundation (31) 24:15 you kind of have this huge black hole little positive bits into it and that's kind of where the helmet thing came from. :28 the 'helmet thing' is making sure that no kid in dare county goes without one. and the community is helping him with that. people have donated tens of thousands of dollars, and hundreds of helmets to help him start the bri bri foundation. (31) 24:28 it was just a way almost kind of selfish because it's helped me heal to see the community change their mindset on helmets and child safety :37 since bri's death, dare county schools have started enforcing state law. they don't let any kid leave school on a bike without a helmet. but superintendent dr. sue burgess says that's only part of the battle. dr.
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(6) 8:45 of course, they wear their helmet until they're out of sight. what happens when they're out of sight, we don't know. but parents, teachers, and police are watching -- and bri's death seems to be changing how kids look at helmets. 21:35 before, you showed up with a helmet you might get joked on a to hear it. :44 (butted to) (31) 22:33 i can't be seen without my helmet now, that's for sure. scotty says bri's middle school friends still call him to say they don't even mind helmet hair so much anymore. (31) 30:51 i know she's looking down and having a the community, she loved this community and it was an amazing thing to see. tag scotty blumenthal says he now has enough money and helmets that he'll probably donate beyond dare county. you can find more information on the bri bri foundation on wavy-dot-com. live in dare county, lex gray, 10 on your side. many across the country look to a furry friend to find out is spring is on its
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will hold on to her winter gown. we have our own celebrity groundhog in hampton roads: chesapeake chuck. he came out to give us his forecast at the virginia living museum in newport news this afternoon. our meteorologist jeremy wheeler was there as well. so what's the verdict? 12;17;13;23 chesapeake chuck proclaimed six more weeks of winter . . crowd boos 12;17;22;27 so i guess we still have some more chilly days ahead. chesapeake chuck has been predicting on groundhog day since 2011, serving as hampton roads' official forecasting groundhog. pennsylvania's punxsutawney phil begs to differ however -- he predicted an early spring this year.
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tonight: mild with lows in the upper 40s. wind ne 5-15mph. wednesday: increasing clouds and rain moves in by late afternoon and early evening. warm with highs in the low-mid 70s. wind: s 15-25mph. thursday: rain lingers through early afternoon. falling temps with 50s in the morning, but cooling thru the pm. wind: nnw 10-15mph. unseasonably warm weather remains for wednesday, but much warmer with 70s. this warm up will take place ahead of a cold front that will cross overnight wednesday into thursday morning. aside from the warm up, the front will bring scattered showers and storms. the timing looks to be in the late afternoon and evening for the rain, and lingering into much of thursday. in the wake of the front, it gets much cooler for the end of the week into the week with seasonable temps. the big game on sunday will be seasonable with a chance
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tonight: mild with lows in the upper 40s. wind ne 5-15mph. wednesday: increasing clouds and rain moves in by late afternoon and early evening. warm with highs in the low-mid 70s. wind: s 15-25mph. thursday: rain lingers through early afternoon. falling temps with 50s in the morning, but cooling thru the pm. wind: nnw 10-15mph. unseasonably warm weather remains for wednesday, but much warmer with 70s. this warm up will take place ahead of a cold front
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wednesday into thursday morning. aside from the warm up, the front will bring scattered showers and storms. the timing looks to be in the late afternoon and evening for the rain, and lingering into much of thursday. in the wake of the front, it gets much cooler for the end of the week into the week with seasonable temps. the big game on sunday will be seasonable with a chance
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coming up on wavy news 10 - a woman who created the black lives matter movement is in hampton roads. how you can hear her message in person -- next. then at five-thirty-- consumers are fighting back against identity theft -- and it's working. so - where are theives looking to find their next target? (phone ringing) you can't deal with something, by ignoring it.
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we have breaking news out of norfolk. police tell us someone stabbed a woman on chesapeake boulevard, near chesapeake street. it happened about a half hour ago. the scene is near, cap'n ron's bar and grille. we're told the woman should recover from her injuries. we haven't been told about any suspects yet, but call crime line if you know anything about what happened. looking ahead tonight -- alicia garza, the co-founder of "black lives matter" -- is scheduled to speak at old dominion university tonight. it starts tonight at 7:30 at the constant center. this is the first presidential lecture of 2016. the event is free -- but tickets are required due to the expected large turnout. you can get them at "y-not-tix"-- you see listed on your screen. having staff trained on specialized medical
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lives at school sporting events. next -- see one instance where it made the difference between life and death. plus - straight ahead at five-thirty - a suffolk family is searching for answers in the disappearance of their son - liz palka has the emotional appeal from his mother. it's a story you'll see
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having automated external defibrillators or a-e-d's on hand could save lives -- especially in schools. the video you are about to see is jarring, but medical experts say it's important to watch. "children's healthcare of atlanta" has released this video showing a teenager collapsing during a high school volleyball game. school officials administered c-p-r and used one of the school's four automated external defibrillators, to revive her. doctor's believe the a-e-d saved the girl's life. the teen received a
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fibrillation and is currently doing well under her doctor's care. stay with us. wavy news 10 at 5:30, starts right now! c13 28:01 - give me my son back. tell me something please. an emotional appeal for answers after a suffolk man goes missing. gone nearly three months. liz palka sits down with the man's family. it's a story you'll see only on ten. plus - hampton roads helping folks hundreds of miles away. how a call to help those affected by the flint water crisis sent donations pouring in. and - where are they now? the winners of the iowa caucus wasting no time heading to the next key state. we'll have all the latest from the campaign trail. for three months - a suffolk family has been living a nightmare. one of their own - quantez russell disappeared. the circumstances are suspicious. which is all the more concerning as his
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only on ten - liz palka met with russell's family to talk about the case. liz? anita and stephanie - quantez russell's family wanted to do this story so they could reach the people with information. information that could lead them to russell...and help them find closure. c15 34:31 - it's day 83. i honestly don't want to have to endure this much longer. every day - quantez russell's sister, jenay, puts a mark on her calendar. c15 35:07 - i put day 1 day 2 day 83, and when the day is over i put an ex on the date. his family in suffolk - waiting each day for word - he's been found. c15 35:17 - hopefully i can stop counting. it's become a painful ritual since november 11th, 2015. that's when the 30 year old left his home on forest street in suffolk. police say it was where he was last seen. c1 2:03 - i just know that he went over to newport news. that was one of his hangout spots that he told me himself. russell's mother - who
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